Undergraduate

Undergraduate Highlights

Clubs for every interest
Opportunity Scholars Program
Service Learning
Imagine U

Clubs for every interest

The David Eccles School of Business has student involvement opportunities for every interest and every discipline. And if it doesn't exist, we can help you start it.

Opportunity Scholars Program

The Opportunity Scholars Program contributes to the educational experience of all students at the David Eccles School by introducing students with diverse experiences into the collaborative environment. 

Service Learning

Through the Bennion Center and other school-specific projects, students at the David Eccles School of Business find that learning while giving back can be as invaluable as in learning in the classroom.

Imagine U

Step One: Imagine. Step Two: Do. The possibilities are endless here at the U. If you can imagine it, you can do it, and we're here to help guide you through.

Undergrad News

Women In Business's Speed Networking event was a favorite Eccles Experience

Editor’s Note: As the school year rapidly comes to a close, the Eccles Newsroom reached out to students to ask about their favorite Eccles Experience they had this year. In this Q&A, Tessa Mills, a senior in Accounting and president of the Women in Business for Undergraduates club, discusses her Eccles Experience with a recent speed networking event. The Women in Business Club for Undergraduates is a club dedicated to enabling and empowering women...

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Eccles School students celebrate at the Opportunity Scholars luau

“Sometimes, it’s the people who no one imagines anything of who do the things no one can imagine.”

The Opportunity Scholars program at the Eccles School is in the business of imagination. The program supports first-generation college students — students whose immediate family didn’t attend college. Many of the students come from under-represented populations. These journeys make celebrations all the more special.

And quite the celebration it was.

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